Two of the cricketing supergiants would stand face to face when India will set out to tour Australia in November 2020. It is a long tour and all three formats of the game: T20, One day Internationals as well as Tests will be covered. In fact the four-match AUS vs IND Test series which will be played in this tour is going to be a part of the ongoing World Test Championship schedule.
India and Australia have been rivals for quite a long time now. Although the current Indian cricket team has been enjoying the upper hand recently, it is the Australian team which has been more dominant in the past.
|Format||Played||Won by India||Won by Australia||Tied||Drawn||No Result|
Check out the complete India tour of Australia schedule here.
In the India tour of Australia 2020, both the teams would be competing across all the three formats of the game. The tour will begin with a three-match ODI series between India and Australia on November 27th, 2020 and continue till December 2nd, 2020. After the One-day series we will see a brief one day gap, before the AUS vs IND 2020 action resumes with the T20I series.
The three-match T20I series will commence with the first T20I being played in Canberra on December 4th. The opener twenty-twenty match will be followed by the second match of the series in Sydney on December 6th. The last T20I match will be played on December 8th in Sydney.
Following the T20 series, Australia vs India matches will move into the Test format. Before the beginning of the four-match series, India A and Australia A will first play two practice matches. The four Test matches would be played on December 17th-December 21st in Adelaide, December 26th-December 30th in Melbourne, January 7th-January 11th in Sydney and the final test on January 15th-January 19th in Brisbane.
You can refer to the list below to learn about the broadcasting details for AUS vs IND 2020 in your region.
|India & Subcontinent||Star Sports, DD National (DD1), DD Sports|
|New Zealand||SKY Sport NZ|
|UK||Sky Sports Cricket|
|Canada||ATN Cricket Plus (Asian Television Network), CBN|
|USA||Willow TV, Hotstar|
|Malaysia||Astro Cricket HD|
|MENA||OSN Sports Cricket HD|
|Bangladesh||Gazi TV (GTV)|
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The matches will be played in five venues with Sydney hosting the maximum number of games-7. The other venues are Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane and Melbourne. Adelaide, Brisbane and Melbourne will host only a single Test match each.
|Venue||Total Games||ODIs||T20Is||Tests||Practice Games|
#1 Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli is the undisputed best batsman in the world at the moment. The Indian captain loves the Australian pitches and the ground energy. He has proven his dominance in Australia in the past. Last year Virat captained India to their first ever Test Series win in the land down under. He would be extremely excited about duplicating that result.
#2 David Warner
David Warner is one of the most fearless batsmen in the Australian squad. The opener has proved to be an asset for the Australians in all formats of the game. If Warner finds his touch, he can single-handedly decimate the opponent team. Being one of the senior players, a lot would be resting on Warner's shoulders.
#3 Jasprit Bumrah
Bumrah has been the leader of India's bowling attack for the last few of years now. India's ace fast bowler has been consistent in scalping wickets without leaking too many runs. A couple of years ago, Bumrah was considered only to be a white ball bowler. But in the recent past Bumrah has displayed his proficiency with the red ball as well.
#4 Aaron Finch
Aaron Finch is one of the biggest names in Australian cricket at the moment. However his current form doesn't look good for Australia. Finch has had quite a few disappointing performances in the IPL 2020 for Royal Challengers Bangalore. His form is going to be crucial for the Australian team if they want to defeat the Indian team.
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